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pdf Fact-Oriented Modeling from a Programming Language Designer's Perspective

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Presentation of a paper by Betsy Pepels (betsy@cs.ru.nl) Rinus Plasmeijer (rinus@cs.ru.nl) H A (Erik) Proper (E.Proper@cs.ru.nl) of Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

Abstract: We investigate how achievements of programming languages research can be used for designing and extending fact-oriented modeling languages. Our core contribution is that we show how extending fact-oriented modeling languages with the single concept of algebraic data types leads to a natural and straightforward modeling of complex information structures like unnamed collection types and higher order types.

Paper available from OTM Workshops 2006  LNCS 4278, pp. 1170-1180 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg     

 

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